Originally Posted by gqong
I had the stock 17" rims on my car and the car was running fine. I traded the stock rims for 19" AG 8.5 and 9.5 on Hankook 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 tires and now when the car accelerates I get a type of clunk noise and on deceleration another clunk. I am not sure if the AWD is not liking this combo or what but driving the car feels painful now. I am also lowered on KW v1 about 1.5 inch all around. I think there is some rubbing but im not sure if this is contributing to this type of 'clunk'. Has anyone had similar issues like this? Or know of things to try. I am going to try to raise it a little I guess but I am not positive that is the true problem.
jumping to a 285/ 30 in the rear would make both overall diameter 25.8 inches. or dropping down to a 235 35 front would make it 25.5 vs the 275 30 rear at 25.6
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